This tag kit (500 x 500) was indirectly inspired by my niece, Jacqie, who will be eighteen on her next birthday (and she’s going to Tulane!!!!). She was talking the other day about an electronic diary she’d had. You had to speak the password to get into it, but she almost always having to get someone else to say it, which defeated the purpose.
When I was a teen (and a tween, come to that), I had one of those diaries with the combination lock. Though, all of those I’ve seen have the same combination!
And let us not forget the old fashioned ones with the key. You know, the ones where you could use the same key to open all of them?
Why did we have these things, again?
Dear Diary consists of 12 papers, 3 beaded flowers, 4 flowers, 4 folded ribbons, 1 Polaroid frame, 4 key chains, 4 jewels, 4 journals, some staples, a piece of tape, and 2 iPod Nanos (the one not pictured is green). The Nanos were created using this awesome tutorial: Apple Ipod Nano Paint Shop Pro Tutorials – ModernMorph.com. I was going to attempt CDs, but then I saw the iPod . . . .
Have fun, y’all.
Update 2/24/2015: I’ve gone through all of my links and deleted all of those for 4shared. My account there has been discontinued. Unfortunately, this means that many of my early kits are no longer available. If I can find the time, I may attempt to recreate and/or redo some of them.